Millennials — the population of early-20-to-early-30-somethings — are often depicted in a negative light, even though they comprise a significant portion of the population. How significant is this group? Well, the group is projected to overtake boomers in 2019 as the largest population group in the United States, according to the Washington Post. However, not only is the size of this population important, but its purchasing power, influence, and reduced job prospects are all noteworthy, according to the Pew Research Center. With this is mind, WalletHub looked into the best and worst states for millennials in 2019 to take a better look where millennials have thrived and struggled. In order to compile the information, WalletHub used 36 key metrics divided into six individual ranks — affordability, education and health, quality of life, economic health and civic engagement — in order to determine the overall ranking of the states … [Read more...] about Study Ranks Best and Worst State for Millennials — How Did the Tri-State Stack Up?
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By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE Updated 4:00 am PDT, Wednesday, October 17, 2018 25. Charlotte, North Carolina ● Glassdoor City Score (out of 5): 3.9 ● Job Openings: 55,030 ● Median Base Salary: $48,000 ● Job Satisfaction Rating (out of 5): 3.4 ● Median Home Value: $195,800 ● Hot Jobs: Data Scientist, Business Analyst, Project Manager less 25. Charlotte, North Carolina ● Glassdoor City Score (out of 5): 3.9 ● Job Openings: 55,030 ● Median Base Salary: $48,000 ● Job Satisfaction Rating (out of 5): 3.4 ● Median Home Value: $195,800 ... more Photo: Digidreamgrafix/Getty Images/iStockphoto 24. Richmond, VA ● Glassdoor City Score (out of 5): 3.9 ● Job Openings: 34,802 ● Median Base Salary: $47,000 ● Job Satisfaction Rating (out of 5): 3.4 ● Median Home Value: $223,200 ● Hot Jobs: Financial Analyst, Clinical … [Read more...] about Only 1 Calif. city cracks Glassdoor’s ‘Best Cities for Jobs’ list; Midwest dominates
By Abdul Basit Sayeed Published: October 6, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email Australia's Josh Hazlewood (L) is congratulated by teammate Nathan Lyon after dismissing Pakistan's Wahab Riaz (R) during Day 2 of the first Test on December 16, 2016. PHOTO: AFP How do we even assess the embarrassing performance exhibited by Pakistan at the 2018 Asia Cup? If we briefly sum it up, we can definitely detect complacency, lack of mental durability and a mismanagement of human resources. Now, after its heart-wrenching exit from the event, Pakistan cricket’s next adventure is a two-match Test series against Australia, which starts tomorrow. The Inzamamul Haq-led selection committee has announced a 17-member squad to face the team that ranks third in Test rankings. However, it seems the selection committee hasn’t learned from past mistakes and has picked players that are either inexperienced or unsuitable for the longest format of the game. The following is an assessment … [Read more...] about Men in Green vs Mighty Australia: Has Pakistan selected the best team for the job?
The Military Times Reboot Camp ranked Colorado Springs as the number one large city for veterans to call home in 2019. Nearly 600 cities were evaluated from considerations of veteran and military culture and services, key economic indicators, and factors of livability, the Military Times Reboot Camp said. Sitting at the base of Cheyenne Mountain is Fort Carson, dubbed " the best hometown in the Army." More than 10,000 service members and 53,000 veterans were recorded in Colorado Springs in 2016 by the Census Bureau. The veteran median income is $51,478, about $20-thousand more than non-veteran median income according to the most recent Census surveys from 2016.The veteran population makes up 15.6 percent of Colorado Springs' total population of 465,084 people. Four Veteran Affair health facilities are located within 50 miles of the city, giving the area's health rating three out of four stars based on data from United Health Foundation's 2017 America's Health Rankings … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs ranked best place for veterans to live in 2019
By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE Updated 4:00 am PDT, Tuesday, September 11, 2018 GALLERY: Why the 1990s was the best decade for San Francisco GALLERY: Why the 1990s was the best decade for San Francisco Photo: Sarah Fawcett / The Chronicle, 1994 1991 The unsightly — and damaged — Embarcadero Freeway was finally demolished. 1991 The unsightly — and damaged — Embarcadero Freeway was finally demolished. Photo: GARY FONG, SFC 1991 The Embarcadero waterfront promenade underwent a much-needed restoration, including the refurbishing of the Ferry Building. 1991 The Embarcadero waterfront promenade underwent a much-needed restoration, including the refurbishing of the Ferry Building. Photo: Connor Radnovich / The Chronicle 2015 Buy … [Read more...] about Why the 1990s was the best decade for San Francisco